Welcome! We are glad to have you visit our website. We hope you will find the information helpful in answering questions you might have about our school. The School of Business seeks to prepare students like yourself to be successful in your personal and professional life. The department strives to instill Christian values in its students and to develop individuals who are committed to the ethical and moral standards in buiness fostered by the Christian faith. We place an emphasis on quality teaching that leads students to confidently contribute to the economic development of the business world. Students completing the undergraduate business degree programs offered by the School of Business should:
-Possess a fundamental knowledge of the basic business core subjects.
-Possess an in-depth knowledge of their area(s) of business specialization.
-Be prepared to pursue graduate studies in business.
-Be able to apply Christian values in their employment practices.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have. We look forward to talking with you.
Dean-Dr. Scott Ray
"My favorite part of being a student at the Fred Hale School of Business is the relationship between students and professors. Their door is always open for the students to come in and talk about whatever they need to talk about. They even set up 'prep interviews' to prepare us for our interviews after we graduate. The classes have a ratio of 20:1, student to professor, so the class participation is more lively." Lauren McCulley, Class of 2013
Marshall business leaders gathered at East Texas Baptist University on Tuesday for a luncheon hosted to share visionary hopes for the Fred Hale School of Business.
The “Building Bridges” theme luncheon was hosted Tuesday on the campus of ETBU in the Phillips Great Room of the Bennett Student Commons.Self-described as someone who often arrives amidst times of distinct change in the corporate setting, Dr. Scott Ray, dean for the program, sees his position as one for guiding students toward a world of opportunity.